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deme

[dēm]
(ecology)
A local population in which the individuals freely interbreed among themselves but not with those of other demes.
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This book considers the application of organizational improvement frameworks to higher education, including higher education management and operations in general, focusing on the total quality management system and the Deming management method.
Deming has represented foreign and domestic clients in a range of business and investigatory matters focusing on the FCPA and related anti-bribery regimes now being enforced in much of the world.
Deming explains the importance of social skills by observing that workers naturally vary in their ability to perform the great variety of workplace tasks.
And that's a good thing, because emotion helps brand building," Deming said.
Deming was elected as chairman in December and was scheduled to take over for Nolan upon Nolan's retirement on May 1.
Oil and gas company, Murphy Oil Corporation (NYSE:MUR) advanced the election of Claiborne P Deming chairman of its board of directors with immediate effect after the recent death of chairman, William C Nolan Jr, it stated on Tuesday.
This paper aims to concentrate on the interpretation of TQM supported by Deming and Crosby.
The biggest myth out there is that sex offenders cannot be treated successfully, and that all sex offenders are likely to go on to commit new sex crimes," Deming said.
Now, Deming isn't on staff with TWiT, he wasn't asked to create the app, and he has never even met Leo Laporte.
Edwards Deming (1900-1993) and Russell Ackoff (1919-2009).
ANKARA, Jan 7, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkish State Minister for foreign trade Zafer Caglayan met Wednesday with Chinese Trade Minister Chen Deming in the Turkish capital, Ankara.
In an op-ed in The Washington Times, Deming writes: "To the extent that global warming ever existed, it is now officially over.